American professional wrestler The Undertaker, Mark William Calaway officially retires from WWE. Born in Houston, Texas, Calaway began his wrestling career in 1987 after he dropped out from college to pursue his interest in playing sports, basketball in particular. It was during the final episode of docuseries Last Ride when The Undertaker shared the news about his retirement. During the final episode, Taker expressed his desire to not getting back in the ring and explained how he is at peace with not wrestling again.
During the final episode of WWE docuseries Last Ride, The Undertaker shared the news of him retiring after almost 33 years of wrestling. He also said, “I’m at a point, it’s time this cowboy really rides away. There’s nothing left for me to conquer or accomplish. The game has changed. It’s time for new guys to come up. The time just seems right. This documentary has helped me discover that and opened my eyes to the bigger picture and not judge myself as harshly these last few years.”
As the Undertaker stated that he is at the point this time when the cowboy really rides away, he also mentioned that he has no desire of coming back in the ring as there is nothing left for him to conquer or accomplish. The WWE wrestler mentioned how earlier in case of an emergency, The Undertaker would come back, but mentioned that this is the point in his career he is not going back to the ring.
Meanwhile, like many other WWE champions, in the history of wrestling, The Undertaker is one of the biggest names. The Undertaker’s last match in the ring was against A J Styles whom he defeated during the Wrestle Mania 36 on the first night before riding his motorbike. ALso Read: Solar Eclipse 2020: The ‘Ring Of Fire’ And Summer Solstice To Occur On The Same Day; Are You Ready To Witness The Celestial Event?
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